The selling point for so many homes nowadays is an overwhelming number of bedrooms, extra entertaining spaces or generally unnecessary space. While ten bedrooms and twelve bathrooms may be nice, it's safe to say the vast majority of people would prefer a cozy intimate setting as opposed to excessive dead space in their home.
This 90-year-old craftsman style home in Long Beach, California is the former. Though not the biggest house in the city, this 1,974 square foot home looks like the quintessential family home.
Upon first glance, visitors are greeted by a quaint, brick/wood panel exterior.
Big windows, cool colors and brick-lined entrance give this home a very Californian feel.
The modest, yet comfy living room's classic look definitely resembles a space built in 1923, but doesn't feel dated at all.
While not the big sprawling kitchen you'd likely see in most modern homes, this one's smaller size gives a very personal feel when cooking.
Surrounded by windows, the dining room has plenty of natural light.
The heavily tiled bathroom has a few unique nooks and spaces offering privacy.
The real gem of this home is the master bedroom suite. Featuring a set of french doors that lead into the backyard, it's like having your own private sanctuary.
The stone patio has plenty of seating for lounging outside in warmer weather.
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